Joe Willock has a bright future at Arsenal on the back of prolific loan spell at Newcastle United, says Gunners boss Mikel Arteta.
Willock headed the only goal as Newcastle beat Sheffield United 1-0 in midweek, becoming the youngest player in Premier League history to score in six consecutive appearances.
Those exploits mean he is the joint-top scorer in the division since the return from the March international break, alongside Chris Wood, Mason Greenwood, Matheus Pereira and Kelechi Iheanacho.
Newcastle are reportedly looking to make the move permanent, with a £20million fee mooted, while Willock said after Wednesday's win: "Hopefully there's more to continue in the future.
"I'm not going to promise anything, but the conversation is going to be held."
But Arteta, asked whether the attacking midfielder had a future to look forward to at Emirates Stadium, told a news conference: "Yes, and I'm really happy that things have gone so well for him because of the potential that he has.
"It was great for him to go away and have a different experience. He has grabbed that opportunity in a really positive and remarkable way.
"He will be back with us, we will have those conversations with him and plan the next step then."
Arsenal conclude a fairly forgettable campaign at home to Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday, while the curtain on the Premier League career of one of the competition's all-time greats will come down elsewhere.
Arteta worked on the Manchester City coaching staff under Pep Guardiola for three-and-a-half seasons and paid a glowing tribute to Sergio Aguero, who is set to play his final league match as the division's all-time leading goalscorer from oversees when Everton visit the Etihad Stadium.
"I know from working with him – his character, his personality, he is a lovely man," he said.
"One of the best talents that I've seen, what he has done in this league for so long, scoring the amount of goals he has done.
"He changed the perception of English football in different countries.
"For Manchester City, I think again he was a big contributor to the change in history and mentality in the winning years that they had."